Indexers can now be managed in the portal.
To be able to view index and count of documents is what we have today. We are not able to see the actual documents also.
Can we have a simple search bar for the respective index to search on ?
This way we don't have to either write our calls to api, or use fiddler etc tools. To have this capability handy on portal itself, will be benevolent in terms of testing, verifying data upload etc.10 votes
Thanks for the suggestion! We’ve built a search explorer in the portal. Try it out and let us know what you think. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CUOEEuHUwAAEQsG.jpg:large
On azure portal, upon creating index and uploading data we just get to see the count of documents. It would be super helpful to be able to see the data also - like we see in sql table on querying.5 votes
Azure Search portal now has Search Explorer, which can display documents in the index. Give it a try!
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Resolve Import Data Grid Bugginess4 votes
This issue has been fixes quite a while ago, sorry for a delayed status update.
The portal will let me see a list of indexers or data sources but it won't let me add new ones. Every time a feature is added to the REST interface it needs to be supported in the portal UI the same day. Stop making me build an app just to send REST requests to get things done. The UI should have 100% feature parity with the REST OM.3 votes
Hi Bill, portal actually supports creating new indexers using Import Data wizard. Check out https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/search-import-data-portal/ for more details.
Thank you for using Azure Search!
Azure Search team
It would be good to add a button to do reset indexer operation in indexer blade.
Hi Youngjae, this is now done. Let us know if you have other ideas or suggestions for Azure Search!
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